In general terms, the  recommended admission profile is an student with a Bachelor's Degree in Law, or with a Double Bachelor's Degree in Law and Business Management and Administration or Economics, or Law-Criminology and Public Prevention Policies, who meets the requirements established by the regulations for access to doctoral programs in accordance with the provisions of Royal Decree 99/2011.

However, the program is also open to a broader admission profile that includes students coming from areas such as political science, economics, sociology, criminology, humanities, journalism, communication, computer science, biology and any other scientific field that can contribute to a cross-cutting and interdisciplinary legal research.